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16 hours ago

Where & When? ...

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1 day ago

Question if I may.

Schumacher Cougar Laydown. Do they have two models like B6.2 and B6.2D for wet/dry or is it the one with the ability to change set up on same chassi depending on what you want?

Cheers

Toni
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2 days ago

This’ll keep me busy whilst I isolate ...

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3 days ago

Where the Hobby all Started... ...

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3 days ago

Who fancies a bit of this....Let's go get it 😄 ...

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4 weeks ago

Shareef Qureshi

OK - up next is the Associated SC6.1 - comes with ball & gear diff, plenty of spares, springs, and bearings. Also has an under shell to protect electrics from the wet. Throwing in all my HPI wheels. £210 for the lot, PM me if interested. ...

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4 days ago

I have designed a custom low-voltage cutoff circuit for the purpose of protecting my lipos when fast discharging. The circuit will handle a 2s lipo with a max 40amp load, has an adjustable cutoff voltage and has thermal cutoff protection.

At this stage, I'm getting 5 PCBs manufactured and I'll fit in a nice case with connectors to attach an external discharge load.

Would any of you guys be interested in such a product?
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4 days ago

Hello. I am binding the RX and TX and calibrating my ESC. All is good apart from that it doesn’t engage correct LED light for reverse.

Not the biggest issue in the world but I’d like to do it right.

Manual says should be red light then turn green at full reverse throttle. It never turns green.

It’s a hobbywing ESC and Sanwa MX-6 TX and RX-391W set.

Any ideas? I’d like to just set up a forwd/brake mode anyway but haven’t gotten that far yet (i.e haven’t got a clue how to do that)

Any help is hugely appreciated.

Toni
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